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CA Home Improvement Loans in California

Whether you’re adding a new bathroom or an entire floor to your CA home, you need money.  Spending cash on home improvement is money well spent, as it increases the value of your home.  This can mean a higher selling price or more equity to draw against in times of need.  There are many choices in finding the right home improvement loan, including refinancing with cash-out, a home equity loan, or a home equity line of credit (HELOC).  Deciding on the right loan can be a stressful process.  But it doesn’t have to be.  The loan specialists at Somerset Mortgage Lenders can help find the right loan for YOU. 

Local home improvement loan directory for CA :
Acampo Alpaugh Annapolis Artesia
Acton Alpine Antelope Artois
Adelanto Alta Antioch Arvin
Adin Altadena Anza Atascadero
Agoura Hills Altaville Apple Valley Atherton
Aguanga Alturas Applegate Atwater
Ahwahnee Alviso Aptos Atwood
Alameda Amador City Arbuckle Auberry
Alamo Amboy Arcadia Auburn
Albany American Canyon Arcata Avalon
Albion Anaheim Armona Avenal
Alderpoint Anderson Arnold Avery
Alhambra Angels Camp Aromas Avila Beach
Aliso Viejo Angelus Oaks Arroyo Grande Azusa
Alleghany Angwin

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State legislators advanced a bill Thursday aimed at exempting special education students from having to pass the high school exit exam to receive high school diplomas. via San Gabriel Valley Tribune

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"This is a very conservative bill"

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University of Idaho President Tim White has been named the chancellor of the University of California at Riverside. via KREM-TV Spokane

State Senate Tightens Rules On Teacher Misconduct

The state Senate on Thursday unanimously approved legislation to revoke the licenses of teachers who plead no contest to certain sex crimes or drug offenses.

The bill by Republican Sen. Bob Margett of Arcadia closes a loophole in California's teacher credentialing law. It had allowed teachers charged with serious crimes to avoid automatically having their licenses suspended and later revoked by pleading no contest to a lesser offense.

The bill was prompted by an Associated Press investigation last year into sexual misconduct by teachers. It passed 40-0 and now goes to the Assembly. Read more

Calif. Supreme Court overturns gay-marriage ban

The California Supreme Court ruled today that same-sex couples should be permitted to marry, rejecting state marriage laws as discriminatory.

The state high court's ruling was unlikely to end the debate over gay matrimony in California. A group has circulated petitions for a November ballot initiative that would amend the state Constitution to block same-sex marriage, and the Legislature has twice passed bills to authorize gay marriage. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed both.

California second in nation for foreclosures

Los Angeles Business from bizjournals - from the Sacramento Business Journal One out of every 204 households in California was in some stage of foreclosure in April, according to a report Wednesday by Irvine's ... via Los Angeles Business

California's top court to rule on gay marriage

"What happens in California, either way, will have a huge impact around the nation. It will set the tone"

Both sides in the gay marriage debate will be watching California's highest court Thursday to see if the nation's biggest state goes the way of Massachusetts and legalizes same-sex marriage.

The California Supreme Court was scheduled to rule on a series of lawsuits seeking to overturn a voter-approved law that defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

If the court rules in favor of the plaintiffs, California could become the second state after Massachusetts where gay and lesbian residents can marry. Read more

Churches across USA help with mortgage crisis

"God calls us to care for the poor."

The Rev. Jeffry Dillon switched from the religious to the secular on a recent Sunday morning to ask his parishioners a pointed question: "Do subprime mortgages scare you?" Then he announced that the Roman ... via Daily Record

Motor scooters popular in efforts to save on gas

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Joan Kohler is not a typical new scooter customer. But the 51-year-old restaurant owner bought a candy-apple red Honda last week as worries about the price of gas overrode any trepidation about learning to ... via MSN Money

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